B&B Ca' del Sale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... on to boats to transport around the canals as well as a few giant cruise liners moored in the dock so it didn't start ideally but hey, we were in Venice. Then all of a sudden we turned a corner and you could see buildings like we've all seen a hundred times before on TV or in films and it started to pick up. We hopped off the boat to walk for a bit without knowing exactly where we were going. One of the first things we saw was a man hanging in ...
... was on our list. As this was our last night on tour and Julie and Rachel head back to Oz tomorrow evening and the rest of us leave early in morning for Rome we decided to have a masquerade evening on Jill and Denise's balcony looking over the canal. Was very sad to say goodbye to two lovely Que Sera ladies but the memories will stay with us ...
... marble carvings and painted ceilings. A large armory museum to ponder the days of swords and bow and arrows before crossing the Bridge of Sighs from the palace to the prison where prisoners had there last look out at life as they once knew it before being incarcerated. Checked out the prison as lunch beckoned and we found a little trattoria not too far away, yes there's one on every corner. Tiffany and I had another superb spaghetti (mine fruit de ...
... We did NOT take a gondola ride...just not worth the money! But we did see lots of gondolas, water taxis, water busses, and other boats! Overall, we liked that Venice is not your typical city - it is, after all, built in the middle of the water! We liked the fact that you really just have to put the map down and hope for the best. But, in the end, a few hours of wandering was all it took to satisfy our Venetian ...
... did recommend another restaurant but he said it was 10 minutes away. I got about a third of the way there and decided it was just too far. It was about 8:30 p.m. by then and it would probably be nearly 10 when I was walking back. Far too late for a single woman in a strange country lol, so I decided to go to the restaurant over the road. I was very lucky and managed to get a table straight away although it did appear to be busy. I enjoyed a calzone pizza with half ...